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IN2 Soccer

Co-Ed Youth Camp

Location St. Peter, MN
Event Date(s) Jun 21, 2020 to Jun 24, 2020
Ages 8 to 17
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Event Description

Gustie Soccer Co-Ed Youth Camp

Due to the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 virus we have established a way for you to reserve a spot in camp without any upfront financial commitment. Simply join our FREE Wait List. When camp is confirmed to take place, you will receive an email from us giving you the ability to pay the camp dues. If at the time you still wish to attend camp, you can pay securely online. If your circumstances change and you no longer wish to attend camp, simply let us know. You won’t owe us anything.

June 21st - 24th, 2020
Ages: 8-17 Years Old, Co-Ed
Check In: Sunday, June 21st: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Check Out: Wednesday, June 24th: 12:00pm
Residential: $420; 4 Days, 3 Nights, Includes Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Commuter: $310; Includes Lunch & Dinner Daily
*Campers will receive t-shirt, dorm keys (if residential) and a copy of the camp schedule at check in.

Note, there is a non-refundable credit card fee.

Cancellation Policy: Before June 1st, 2020 full camp credit will be issued for any reason if you cancel your registration, except non-refundable credit card fee.  After June 1st, 2020 a $100 administrative fee will be charged to all registrants who withdraw from the camp, in addition to the non-refundable credit card fee. If campers leave during camp, a $100 administrative fee will be charged and the remaining camp refund will be prorated.

Camp Philosophy: For the past seven summers, our Gustie Soccer Co-Ed Youth Camp, run by IN2 Soccer, has been a positive resource for soccer players in Minnesota.  All campers will receive quality instruction, experience a positive learning environment and have fun during the week.  Each session focuses on individual skill training, progressing from drills to small-sided games.  We encourage players from various backgrounds and abilities to attend as we always strive to keep camp numbers smaller to allow for individual attention and coaching from our qualified staff.

Campers will be split up based on age and ability for the morning and afternoon sessions.  Evening games will be more integrated, however still split on age, level and skill set.  Some campers will even be exposed to playing 11v11 for the first time – one of the highlights of camp!

The camp staff meets after every session to ensure all campers are receiving appropriate age and skill level training.  Some movement may occur between training groups for the morning and afternoon session based on evaluation.  Teams during the evening sessions will be continually mixed up.

New in 2020: The Modern Game: Split Second Soccer
The game is played at optimum speed, which means players are finding themselves with less time on the ball, less time between passes and less time to make quality decisions. This year we will be focusing on becoming adept at controlling the speed of play by teaching the basics, teaching the basics at speed and teaching the basics with both feet.

Each session will focus on accomplishing the following:

  • Knowing when to increase tempo and when to slow the game down
  • Develop the skill of reading the game, anticipation and rapid, intelligent decision-making
  • Embed the art of deception
  • Cultivate bi-lateral capability

Facilities: Gustavus boasts four full-size soccer practice fields with extra space if needed. In addition, campers have use of the Olympic size pool, hot tub and athletic training room with certified athletic trainers.

What to Bring: Inflated soccer ball, athletic clothing including: shin-guards, cleats, tennis shoes, water bottle, bathing suit, notebook and writing utensil, bedding, toiletries, fan, snacks

Camp Schedule:

  • Morning technical sessions with position specific training
  • Afternoon possession and small sided activities
  • Evening full field scrimmages followed by camp activities
  • College players as mentors for campers and open pool time
Example of a Daily Schedule:
7:30am – Breakfast
9:00-11:00am – Morning Session, Technical sessions with position specific training
11:00-1:30pm – Lunch and Pool (optional)
2:00-3:30pm – Afternoon Session, possession oriented sessions using different coaching methodologies
3:30-4:00pm – All Camp Activity
4:15-6:00pm – Dinner and Pool (optional)
6:30-8:00pm – Evening Small sided and Full Sided Games
8:15-9:15pm – Evening Activities (optional)
Meals: The Gustavus Dining service will prepare all meals and be served in the Evelyn Young Dining Center.  Please contact us regarding special dietary restrictions.

Sunday: Dinner
Monday: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Tuesday: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Wednesday: Breakfast

Campers will have the option to order Pizza from a camp counselor after the evening session. Pizzas will be delivered to the dorms.  Typically, pizzas will cost $10, cash only.
Commuters: Arrive at soccer fields between 8:45-8:55am; pick up after evening session at soccer fields at 8:00pm or after evening activities at dorm at 9:30pm.  Commuters receive lunch and dinner on campus.